Congratulations to Jacob and Ryan on joining the SmartPrint3D team.

Congratulations to Jacob and Ryan on joining the SmartPrint3D team.

SmartPrint3D

     We would like to welcome Ryan Cavallaro and Jacob Rowell to the SmartPrint3D team. They have accepted the role of 3D Printing Engineering intern. Together, Ryan and Jacob will be a key role in helping us expand our capabilities and efficiencies.

     Jacob, (left in photo) is a senior mechanical engineering student at the University at Buffalo. He has had a past internship with INFICON, supporting them with their product line and 3D printing. He oversaw both the 3D printing and post processing of ducts and helped deliver them to the customer on time. His experience with 3D Printing will help strengthen our quality and efficiency in 3D printing. He also has knowledge of precision fixturing and tolerancing. He has experience with both FDM and SLA 3D Printers and numerous CAD software's. Jacob is also an entrepreneur that owns and operates an auto detailing company, providing professional services to other businesses. He is expected to graduate in May of 2019. 

     Ryan, (right in photo) is a junior mechanical & aerospace engineering student at the University at Buffalo and is currently student leader at UB SEAS. He has his own FDM 3D Printer at home that he assembled himself. To increase the capability and reliability of the printer, he printed out custom modified parts. His experience with repairing and modifying 3D Printers will be a great help in maintaining our printers and modifying them to be more efficient. He has worked on some impressive projects including designing a wind turbine, maximizing power & efficiency of the Brayton Cycle, and designing a multi-pass optical cell for use in a combustion environment. Ryan also has experience with numerous CAD software's including Inventor and Creo.  He is expected to graduate in May of 2020.

     We are excited to have both Ryan and Jacob on our team. They started Tuesday, 8/28/18.


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